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Rules determine who is permitted to speak with who and under what terms. But interpretations differ.
Opponents of the city proposal say closing parks is not the answer when better enforcement and maintenance is needed.
Despite a state law that says governments “shall” recover overpayments, Human Resources Director Carolee Kubo says it’s too late and, besides, the city made the mistake.
Why did Sand Island Treatment Center report much higher salaries in its tax returns than in bids for state contracts? The rehab won’t say.
A federal jury concluded police officers did not use excessive force in their use of a Taser and pepper spray during an encounter with Sheldon Haleck.
A nonprofit would oversee building the free, fenced-in site featuring zip lines, fountains, a snack concession and a police office.
The proposal could take unhosted vacation units off the market and allow homeowners to operate bed-and-breakfasts.
Four candidates are vying for an open seat in a district struggling with traffic and the loss of affordable housing to short-term vacation rentals.
The Honolulu auditor was concerned its results might be “discoverable” in a lawsuit filed by Louis and Katherine Kealoha.
The city has removed 34 crosswalks since September 2016, despite protests from some neighborhood groups.
In a break with past practice, the agency did not release the amounts that companies bid for the work to relocate utilities.